This section provides news and information issued by us and organisations we work with, over the last three months.
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|27/11/2015||Bringing empty homes back into use
This week’s Housing Committee agreed to steps being taken to compulsory purchase 23 Easter Way in South Godstone, as the property has been empty for around 20 years and is falling into disrepair.
|27/11/2015||Guilty of benefit fraud
On 24 November 2015 at Redhill Magistrates’ Court, Peter Adams, of Hart Close, Bletchingley, pleaded guilty for failing to tell the DWP of his change in circumstances, which led to an overpayment of Employment and Support Allowance of £7,029. Tandridge District Council presented this case on behalf of the DWP.
|24/11/2015||Food Hygiene Rating Scheme celebrates five years
The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme was officially launched five years ago and the FSA and Tandridge District Council are celebrating its success so far.
|23/11/2015||Preparing for bad weather
Over the last year Tandridge District Council has been working to minimise the impact of bad weather, such as flooding and snow, on services and improve residents’ access to information.
|23/11/2015||Become an Antibiotic Guardian
Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats facing us today and the overuse or misuse of antibiotics is making the problem worse. Without effective antibiotics many routine treatments will become increasingly dangerous. Setting broken bones, basic operations, transplants, even chemotherapy all rely on access to antibiotics that work.
|23/11/2015||Tandridge Magazine winter 2015
Full of news and information the latest Tandridge Magazine is currently being delivered to residents and businesses in the district.
|20/11/2015||Our Local Plan for the Tandridge district
Tandridge Council knows how important the openness of the district is to our residents and is committed to protecting its green spaces in the long term. We are in the early stage of preparing a Local Plan for the district.
|20/11/2015||Protecting adults from harm
Physical, emotional and financial abuse of older and vulnerable people in Surrey is on the rise.
|18/11/2015||Free caddy liners and leaflets to encourage food recycling
Keep Britain Tidy is working with Tandridge District Council to deliver food caddy liners and a leaflet to all households able to use the weekly food recycling service.
|17/11/2015||Parish assembly meeting
Tandridge District Council is inviting all parish and village councils to an annual assembly meeting on Thursday 26 November at 5.30pm at the Council Offices, Oxted.
|17/11/2015||A22 Godstone by-pass roadworks update
The 24/7 northbound closure on the A22 Godstone by-pass and the single lane southbound closure has unfortunately been extended due to the extent of required reconstruction works and the recent heavy rainfall. These works are now expected to be completed and the road closure lifted on Saturday 19 December.
|16/11/2015||Essential repairs to Warlingham Green
From Monday 23 November, Tandridge District Council contractors will be carrying out essential repairs to the footpaths on Warlingham Green. This work is only being carried out to the footpaths on the island in the centre of the road and does not affect the pavements outside the shops.
|11/11/2015||Preparing for winter
Follow these simple steps to help you prepare for winter.
|9/11/2015||Dont Bottle It Up
National Alcohol Awareness Week 2015 takes place from 16 to 20 November and aims to get people thinking about their drinking and the health risks associated with too much alcohol.
|6/11/2015||Financial plan aims to offset reduction in government grants and maintain reserves
Last night’s Resources Committee has agreed a five year Medium Term Financial Plan, which outlines how the Council will fund services and generate business growth in the light of less income from traditional sources, while still maintaining a good level of reserves. The plan will be recommended to full Council on 19 November.
|6/11/2015||Surrey says no to tenancy fraud
Tandridge District Council is part of the Surrey Counter Fraud Partnership, which is cracking down on social housing tenancy fraudsters who are preventing families moving into permanent homes.